• Professor Kraus quoted in USA Today article on Diabetes in Schools

    by  • November 2, 2009 • Faculty in the News • 1 Comment

    Professor Ed Kraus was quoted at length in an article on the resources available to diabetic schoolchildren.  From the article:

    Although more schools have fewer full-time nurses while, experts say, there is an increasing number of children being diagnosed with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, many schools are successfully adapting to the needs of these kids, which the federal Americans with Disabilities Act requires they do, says attorney Ed Kraus, an associate professor at Chicago Kent Law School who works with the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Yet, too many schools are still falling short, he says.

     Read the article here.

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    One Response to Professor Kraus quoted in USA Today article on Diabetes in Schools

    1. Diabetes Warning Signs
      February 6, 2010 at 7:01 am

      It’s true that getting a child with diabetes into a school are hard task for some. Thanks for this info.
      Regards,
      James Forsythe.

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